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Groundwater abstraction from the Triassic Sherwood Sandstone aquifer in the Selby area, Yorkshire, UK, has caused decline of the water level in the aquifer and groundwater quality problems such as high chloride and sulphate concentrations. Geochemical and isotopic analysis of groundwaters and groundwater modelling of an approximately 25 × 30 km area around Selby was carried out to understand the groundwater flow conditions and identify the source of saline water. Isotopic compositions (δ34S and δ18O) of seawater sulphate, Coal Measures brine and Permian evaporite sources do not match that associated with salinity in the Selby...

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